Set at the front of the Impala Hotel in the heart of the Art Deco District, Spiga maintains a cozy, intimate atmosphere behind the trees that separate it from the bustle of Collins Avenue.

With a name that translates as “wheat” in English, Spiga’s main focus is the art of Italian bread-making, and fresh breads and pastas are prepared here daily in the traditional trattoria style. Veering away from the abundant eclectic restaurants throughout Miami Beach, executive chef Roberto Legrand focuses on the comfort of Italian standards including Prosciutto di Parma con Melone and Zuppa di pesce, Spiga’s signature seafood soup.

Neighborhood diners do not find themselves limited, however, in addition to the daily menu, Spiga offers a special with 10 to 12 entrees changed twice weekly that includes pasta, risotto, fish, meat and desserts.

1228 Collins AvenueMiami Beach, FL 33139
(305) 534-0079
Price: $$$
Attire: Casual